Kerch shooter burned personal belongings and buried safe before massacre
It is unknown what was in the safe and where it was hidden.
18-year-old student Vladislav Roslyakov, who staged a bloody massacre in Kerch College, burned his belongings before the attack. He made a fire not far from his house in the wasteland, where, as it is supposed, he practiced shooting, REN TV informs.
Among the burnt objects there were the Bible, photos, notebooks, parts of a laptop, a sim card, a melted knife. Earlier, suspect’s grandmother Galina Roslyakova said that 20 thousand rubles ($304) had disappeared from the house. Roslyakov also took his children's pictures from home.
Before the attack, Roslyakov also buried a safe. REN TV posted a video that shows how the student carried a safe to the wasteland, which, presumably, he later buried. It is unknown what was in the safe and where it was hidden.
The tragedy in Kerch occurred on October 17. The 18-year-old student of the Kerch Polytechnic College, Vladislav Roslyakov, organized a massacre in his school, 21 people were killed, more than 60 were injured. After the incident, a criminal case was initiated under Terrorist Attack (Art. 205 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), later it was reclassified as Murder of two or more persons in a generally dangerous way (part 2 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The assailant committed suicide.